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SIMN Participated in the II Conference on Migration in the Caribbean

NOV 17 2017 by SIMN
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The objective of the conference was to combine theological, ecclesiological and pastoral reflection on the regional migration phenomenon in the Caribbean, from an ecumenical perspective.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 17, 2017 - Between November 13 and 15, 2017, in Port-au-Prince, the II Ecumenical Conference on Migration in the Caribbean was held, with the motto: SEEING OURSELVES ON THE FACE OF THE MIGRANT. Approximately 60 people from several countries of Central America and the Caribbean participated, including different religious denominations and civil society institutions.

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SIMN participó en II Conferencia sobre Migraciones en el Caribe

NOV 17 2017 by SIMN
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El objetivo de la conferencia fue conjugar la reflexión teológica, eclesiológica y pastoral sobre el fenómeno migratorio regional en el Caribe, desde una mirada ecuménica.

Port-au-Prince, Haití, 17 de noviembre de 2017 - Entre los días 13 y 15 de noviembre de 2017, en Port-au-Prince, se realizó la II Conferencia Ecuménica sobre Migraciones en el Caribe, con el Lema: VERNOS EN EL ROSTRO DEL MIGRANTE. Participaron cerca de 60 personas de varios países de América Central y el Caribe, incluyendo diferentes denominaciones religiosas e instituciones de la sociedad civil.

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The Sacalabrinian Casa del Migrante of Guatemala Hosted the Coordination Meeting of "Guate Te Incluye"

NOV 09 2017 by SIMN
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Guatemala City, Guatemala, November 9, 2017 - On November 7, 2017, Casa del Migrante Guatemala hosted a coordination meeting of the "Guate Te Incluye" Network, an intersectoral mechanism for coordinating the social and labor inclusion of migrants returning to the country, in which the Scalabrinian Migrant House of Guatemala participates. The meeting was attended by the Director and staff of the Avina Foundation, representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of the Interior, RENAP, INTECAP, Fe y Alegría, Asociación de Retornados de Guatemala, Conexión Laboral / Te Conecta , Fundación Génisis Empresarial, CENTRARSE and staff of Casa del Migrante de Guatemala.

This Network was formed in 2017 and has managed to bring together some 37 key players from the public, private and social sectors of the country. This program is led by the Avina Foundation, a Latin American foundation created in 1994, focused on producing large-scale changes for the sustainable development of the region, through the construction of collaborative processes among actors from different sectors to positively impact the Objectives of Sustainable Development.

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